The Cornell University Hospital for Animals is among a small number of equine hospitals across the country that provides farrier services for hospital and clinic patients, as well as shoeing appointments for horses across the region.
Our experienced farrier, who has been shoeing horses for more than 40 years, is an expert on traditional and adhesive horse shoe technology. We provide shoeing services for hospital patients and assist in treating horses with hoof and limb injuries. We participate in lameness assessments, create plans for limb deviation treatment in young horses and consult on fracture cases.
We also provide basic horse shoeing, corrective hoof trimming and shoeing, therapeutic shoeing follow up for outpatients. And we specialize in trouble shooting for under-performing competitive horses in the region.
Our service works with a wide range of specialists at the Cornell University Hospital for Animals including orthopedic surgery, internal medicine and anesthesiology to ensure your animal receives the most comprehensive care available in veterinary medicine.